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Aug 20, 2013, 17:27 #1
Little Help with Safari/Chrome/Opera native white Scrollbar
Hi people, as you can see I'm new here, and I'll start my membership here asking a little help.
So, ok here's the problem:
I notice that when a website have dark backgrounds applied to html or body tag, all MAC webkit browsers(Safari/Chrome/Opera), natively changes scrollbar's theme to a white one.
BUT, it's not happen on any other element's scrollbar, only in html and body.
And an image for those who don't use mac but do want try to help:
There's any way to set div's scrollbars to have the native white theme WITHOUT using ::webkit-scrollbar CSS property?
Again: I DON'T want to custom it with ::webkit-scrollbar CSS property. The motive is that it loses it's native behavior of hover, fade an timeout which is not fully customizable by native brwosers css properties. I also don't want to use plugins like jScrollPane or PerfectScrollbar, I really need a way to force it's native white scrollbar on scrollable divs.
Last edited by ralph.m; Aug 20, 2013 at 18:28. Reason: fixed broken URLs